If you didn’t like the renderings revealed earlier this year for the much-anticipated tower at 101 Murray Street, you’ll be pleasantly surprised to know that they were incorrect. New renderings – the right renderings- have been released to New York YIMBY… and she’s a beauty.
101 Tribeca, as she’ll be called, is being developed by Fisher Brothers and The Witkoff Group, and designed by Kohn Pederson Fox. The building is set to soar over Tribeca at roughly 950 feet tall with a sleek, slender design that elegantly bevels out at the top. The 63-story structure will house 129 condominiums, totaling 433,800 square feet. Its tall ceilings, coupled with its sheer height, promises to deliver unobstructed views that will stretch as far as New Jersey and Long Island.
The tower is already set to be the tallest residential building in Lower Manhattan. However, according to New York YIMBY, the 950-foot height is just an approximation, creating speculation that the structure could reach the 1,000-foot mark, catapulting it into “supertall” status and making it the third tallest building in downtown, period, surpassed only by the World Trade Center and 150 Greenwich Street. That’s pretty impressive.
No word yet on completion date for the tower, but sky high prices are expected to accompany this sky high building.
[via New York YIMBY]
Images courtesy of KPF
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